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Wow, here we are! I finally got the guts publishing this blog. I kept on telling myself, just one more book before you’re ready to make a review, and like always it never works. Who am I kidding right? I am never ready, I just have to start doing.

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Review: Summer Days and Summer Nights

Book Title: Summer Days and Summer Nights

Editor: Stephanie Perkins

Genre: YA, Short Stories, Romance, Contemporary, Anthologies

Published: May 17, 2016

Pages: 388

As time goes by I find it difficult to consume romance novels. Once in a while when I feel giddy and want to read something cute I end up not finishing it. However, I think I’ve found my solution. If a romance novel may not always be a hit for me, maybe I’d still get to enjoy this genre with short quick stories. And this one perfectly fits, plus how lovely is that book cover?

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Review: Warcross

Book Title: Warcross

Author: Marie Lu

Genre: YA, Science-Fiction, Fantasy

Published: Sept 12, 2017

Pages: 353

I can recall one science fiction book I’ve read and I didn’t love it, The Girl with All the Gifts. Warcross definitely made me think twice about this genre. I blindly bought this on sale a while back because I admired the cover. I wanted to jump into fantasy so I decided to pick this one up and didn’t expect much. This one’s surprisingly good and I like it that way.

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Review: Verity

Book Title: Verity

Author: Colleen Hoover

Genre: Romance, Thriller, Mystery, Contemporary, Suspense

Published: Dec 7, 2018

Pages: 333

This was unlike any other book I’ve come across so far. I couldn’t put it down, after reading Chapters 1 and 2 from its sample I knew I have to purchase it. The title itself made me curious. By definition, verity means the quality or state of being true or real. This book kept me up even after I’m done with it. It made me think and it allowed me to chose what is the truth about Verity.

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